Filling out court forms

Help with court forms

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Most of our guides have instructions for filling out all the court forms you need, but some are more complicated than others. We have resources to help you.

To find a copy of a form you need, see Find a court form.

Where can you get help with filling out court forms?

Lists people and organizations who can help with filling out court forms, explains where these organizations are located, and provides links to more information about them.

Financial Statement (Forms 4 or F8)

We have step-by-step guides on when to prepare a Financial Statement form, how to fill it out, and what documents to include. Choose your guide below.

Complete a Provincial Court Financial Statement (Form 4)

Step-by-step guide on completing a Provincial Court Financial Statement form.

Complete a Supreme Court Financial Statement (Form F8)

Step-by-step guide on completing a Supreme Court Financial Statement form.

Notice of Intention to Proceed (Form F48)

Complete a Supreme Court Notice of Intention to Proceed (Form F48)

Step-by-step guide for how to use this form if there's been a long delay in your Supreme Court case and you want to start it up again.

How to use the Supreme Court forms

Common questions about the Supreme Court PDF forms

Tips on what to do if you can't use the PDF forms or have questions about how they work.

Common questions about the Supreme Court Word forms

Tips on how to use the online Word versions of the Supreme Court forms.

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